If we want to live a happy life we have to listen to our needs and desires and act accordingly to them, and it is our belief that we can only do that if we really know ourselves. This is why, together with yoga and other artistic disciplines, we offer the possibility to book an appointment with therapists whom we know well and admire, that work with different techniques and strategies.
Pretty often our mind goes faster than life itself, anticipating and obsessing about things that have not happened yet (and that we don’t even know for sure if they will ever happen) and we get anxious and filled with fears and doubts.
Gestalt therapy techniques help us focus on our present, make decisions and live more accordingly to our needs, taking charge and responsibility of our own life. It is one of the therapies that have worked best with us and we highly recommend it.
In humanistic psychology the goal is to create a safe environment for the client, one where they feel confident so they can express their feelings and thoughts freely. It is not a directive therapy, it does not a search for advice. In this kind of therapy the client finds its own answers as a result of the process of self-knowledge, self-acceptance and maturity.
Shiatsu works with our body. It is originally from Japan and it’s a holistic therapy that combines traditional Chinese medicine with Western knowledge of physiology and anatomy.
It is widely used to increase vitality whenever we feel tired and to stimulate the self-healing capacity of the body itself by working on the energy meridians, finding balance where there is an excess or deficit of energy.
The therapy itself is a massage. It works by applying localized pressures with the hands on specific parts of the body (yusha, acupuncture points). Its purpose is to harmonize the body, mind, spirit and emotions.
The coaching process is very helpful when we want to work on and improve a specific area of our life and we don’t know where to start. Coaching helps you find new ways to watch and understand reality. When you start the coaching process you set the goals you want to achieve and work with the coach to get them.
We want to emphasize, though, that a coaching process is not the same as a therapeutic process. The coach is not a therapist and pathologies or diseases are not treated in here. The coach accompanies the client through his personal and professional development, listening to him, observing and asking questions so that the client can see himself from another angle and he or she can discover new possibilities for action.
The coaching process we offer in Food & Yoga is exclusively focused on the professional field, helping make changes in this specific area.
Sessions are one-on-one and last an hour each. To book an appointment or request more information, you can call our center (93 712 69 44) or write an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org